Another brilliant event was held at the Schumacher Indoor Masters round 4 at Worksop this past weekend.
There were 14 heats of entries across the 2 classes of 2wd and 4wd buggy. Once again a huge entry for an event.
This time the Worksop track crew had designed a very fast and flowing circuit, so lap times were going to be pretty quick!
Doors opened at the venue at 7AM and there was a huge flow of people entering the sports arena. Many racers keen to get back racing at the venue as we hadn't been able to have an event here since November, this due to the Christmas Holidays. Many drivers had nice new shiny kit to use that they had received for Christmas presents.
As always the qualifying format was round by round, with the best 2 results to count towards the final and grid position.
It was Danny McGee on form in 4wd qualifying, just ahead of Jack Neal and James Helliwell.
In 2wd it was very close between Neil Cragg and Danny McGee all day, with both drivers taking 2 round TQ's each, but Neil having the faster time which would see him line up on pole position. Adam Perei drove superb and would line up a brilliant 3rd on the grid.
4wd A Final
1 Danny McGee
2 James Helliwell
3 Jack Neal
4 Billy Fletcher
5 Craig Collinson
6 Allan O Brien
7 Mark Fletcher
8 Richard Lowe
9 Ben Jemison
10 Karl Marsden
11 Steven Pierce
2wd A Final
1 Neil Cragg
2 Adam Perei
3 Mitchell Fiddling
4 Craig Collinson
5 Danny McGee
6 James Helliwell
7 James Hart
8 Allan O Brien
9 Karl Marsden
10 Mark Fletcher
11 Richard Lowe
The Series now moves on to round 5 on Sunday 29th January.
Limited spaces still available in both classes, please get booked in if you haven't already done so and would like to race.
Topdriver Tim Benson from Germany joins Team Serpent
We welcome Tim Benson to the expanding Serpent Team. Tim will focus on racing the Project 4X car at major German events as well as ETS races. He will also run the Natrix 748-Wc 1/10 scale nitro car at a selection of events !
This is what Tim has to say:
First of all I want to thank Kyosho for the last years. It has been a great time, but its time to move on.
I was able to test the new Project 4x car and it felt great at the track. With all the diffent setting possibilities it makes the car very interesting to work with, different but very easy ! The feeling of the Project 4X car is very nice and made me change to Serpent.
Changing to Serpent also means a change of the Nitro 1/10 onroad car to the Natrix 784-WC which shows great performance at many races. I am looking forward to the new saison 2017.
Dakotah Phend, using the X Factory Infinity rear tower brace, has won the first two A mains here at the 30th annual C.R.C.R.C. MidWinter Championships. In an unbelievable finish to A-1, Phend inherited the win 100 feet from the finish when race leader Jared Tebo hit a marshal who was working on a back-marker. A-2 was a wire-to-wire win for Dakotah, with second-qualifier Tebo in hot pursuit looking for a way to pass almost until the end.
The X Factory Infinity tower brace moves the rear shocks to the front of the arms. In an interview, Dakotah said, “Moving the shocks forward helps smooth the car out through corner entry and exit, and helps it jump better.”
Dakotah also used the X Factory Infinity carbon fiber front tower. X Factory congratulates Dakotah Phend on a great race win!
I'm very excited to announce that I will be joining Muchmore Racing. I feel
that Muchmore is determined to succeed in the US and I'm glad I can be a
part of that. Look out for all my Team Associated vehicles powered by
Muchmore Racing products at the first race of the year CRCRC.
So far, I have shared friendship with him.
From now on, We will also share our business with him.
We are proud of being his partner in both public and private.
Introducing an exciting new racing class in VRC Pro: Rally X (Rally Cross). Based on the popular WRX style rally racing, VRC Pro delivers a complete new r/c racing experience, a true mix of on- and offroad racing on special Rally X tracks.
Rally X events will also visit existing on-road tracks like Heemstede and Messina in the future, these tracks will be converted to RallyX style tracks for these events. The 2016 VRC Worlds kick off with Rally X on the X1 track located in a harbor container terminal area. The X1 and MACH-X tracks will be the first tracks available for Rally X.
Rally X is a new class of r/c racing that is unique to VRC Pro. Rally car racing does not exist in real live r/c racing, but as it combines on- and off-road racing many r/c racers are expected to embrace this spectacular class!
Rally X will be released on November 29 when the 2016 VRC Worlds kick off on X1.
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RC10B64D Team Kit
It all started with a 1-2-3 sweep
In 2007, the RC10B44 swept the podium at the I.F.M.A.R. World Championships. Since then, Team Associated's first 1:10 scale 4WD buggy has held a dominant place at the front of the field. The B44 platform has gone on to win numerous National and International titles and added two more I.F.M.A.R. World Championships to its legacy in 2011 and 2013.
Speed, grip, and durability
Designed to take advantage of today's faster-than-ever tracks, the RC10B64D Team Kit offers increased durability, all new suspension geometry, a wider tuning window, improved weight distribution, and easy maintenance. Excelling on high-traction surfaces, the B64D's adjustable axle height and roll centers result in a stable yet nimble platform. With a new and improved center differential, the B64D rewards the driver with maximum drive out of all four wheels on dirt and clay surfaces.
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Prototype shown. Due to ongoing R&D, photos may not match final kit. RC10B64D Team Kit shown equipped with items NOT included in kit: Reedy motor, Reedy battery, Reedy ESC, Reedy servo, XP receiver, pinion gear, wheels, tires, and inserts. Body comes clear. Assembly and painting required.
Robust suspension arms with multiple shock mounting positions
7075 hard-anodized narrow aluminum chassis with lightweight plastic side guards
Aluminum floating motor mount allows consistent torsional chassis flex
Aluminum/carbon fiber floating servo mount offers a tweak-free assembly
Easy access to differentials allow quick tuning and maintenance
Front and rear anti-roll bars provide flat cornering
Center gear differential maximizes drive out of the corner
12mm aluminum drive hexes in both front and rear
Stiff and lightweight 4mm thick carbon fiber shock towers
Fully adjustable aluminum front and rear suspension arm mounts
Precision-made aluminum caster blocks for added durability
B6 generation ball cups and turnbuckles for precise adjustments and durability
All metric hardware
V2 12mm big bore threaded aluminum shocks with TiN shock shafts
Option to mount rear shocks on either the front or rear of the rear suspension arms
Factory Team upgraded ball bearings
Team Associated clear body and screw-mounted wing by JConcepts
Factory Team Aluminum Shock Bushings provide a stable shock mount base
RC10B64D Team Kit
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comme deja évoqué dans le sujet moteur et vario, je vais me remettre au tt 1/10 4x2, que me conseillez vous comme modele? dans le club ou je vais rouler ils sont trés XRAY, c'est une piste en moquette (fenouillet 31).
merci d'avance pour vos reponses
Bonjour a tous, aprés quelques années de pause je risque de me remettre au TT 1/10 elec , une piste en moquette a été crée a coté de chez moi.
J'ai besoin de votre aide sur l'electro, je roulais a l'époque en speed passion sur mes 4x2 et 4x4 , je vais commencer par du 4x2, quel systeme et quelle marque faut il prendre ?
merci d'avance pour vos réponses